Overdrive’s reporting has shown EOBRs aren’t as bad as many truckers feared.
FMCSA, after requiring onboard recorders for violation-prone carriers, now seeks a mandate for all OTR operations.
Tweaks to an already complex hours rule show just how unattainable is the regulatory hours quest.
All interstate commercial truck and bus carriers that use logbooks would have to use electronic onboard recorders under a proposed regulation.
I just finished a visit with Lieutenant James A. McKenzie and troopers at the Greene County, Tenn., scales on I-81, where among other events I had the perhaps unfortunate occasion to witness an oversize hauler ...
Changes were made to several of the performance standards in the “Electronic Onboard Recorders for Hours of Service Compliance” final rule.
Rob Abbott speculated hours of service changes could include reduction in driving time, mandatory rest breaks and nighttime restrictions.
Tightening of capacity along with stronger consumer confidence has Tommy Hodges more optimistic for the short-term.
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